OGDEN — More than 2,700 Weber State University graduates will be honored at the 150th convocations ceremonies Friday, Dec. 15, beginning at 8 a.m.
Weber State alumnus and former Lt. Gov. Greg Bell will deliver the keynote address. Bell was Utah’s seventh lieutenant governor and spent 23 years serving in state and local politics.
WSU’s December graduation events will be different from years past. Due to the large number of graduates, each college will host its own convocations at varying times throughout the day. Previously, WSU has held a combined December commencement ceremony.
Each college has been assigned a specific time and location. The three convocation locations are the Dee Events Center, Val A. Browning Center and Shepherd Union ballrooms.
Parking will be free throughout the day. Campus shuttle buses will run every five minutes from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., with stops at the Dee Events Center, Val A. Browning Center, Stewart Library and McKay Education Building.
Guest tickets are not required, however, seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.